All other accomplishments in the day are icing on this cake....Michael came home from work a few hours after going in. This acid reflux is really knocking him for a loop.
What do ubiquitous, little, white Japanese pickups have in common with ME? Both drive very, very slowly down the road during a snow storm. ::snort:: Yes, I broke the driving ban and drove to Shimoda mall. I wanted to buy some YUMMY, FRESH fruit for my gals tomorrow at PWOC. Stacia came with me....and though it got a bit intense with the blowing snow...we did just fine. She told Michael, "I like Mom's slow winter driving." ::snort::
Arielle and Nolan took a taxi in to base. I didn't want to drive on the roads at night. Someone will bring them home...and I'm thankful! Stacia and Zander enjoy our quiet, stay at home Monday nights.
|Stacia took advantage of the empty house to build a fort|
As is often the case when I have things to think through......I decided to organize something...today the recipes on the blog...they'd been bugging me. It felt good. Last week Christie and I organized the chapel kitchen...this is the same sort of thing - it will stay done for a bit. LOL
I used the quiet evening hours to make breakfast cookies to go with the yummy fruit for tomorrow.....and English muffins for our consumption.
I've got a Lent devotional to go read....and need to make sure Zander and Stacia have plenty of school packed for the home school room and school in the chapel. LOL
Living all of life before the face of God...